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    Learn French > French lessons and exercises > French test #74688
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    Expressions et corps humain


    Redonnez à chaque expression sa signification. Ces expressions font toutes allusion à des parties du corps humain.





    French exercise "Expressions et corps humain" created by mandarines with The test builder
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    1. Faire le joli coeur signifie .
    2. Avoir le bras long veut dire .
    3. Avoir les dents longues c'est
    4. Avoir deux mains gauches veut dire
    5. Avoir un poil dans la main c'est aussi
    6. Avoir quelqu'un dans le nez signifie
    7. Toucher avec les yeux c'est
    8. Se prendre la tête équivaut à
    9. En venir aux mains est équivalent à
    10. Se serrer les coudes c'est aussi
    11. Faire contre mauvaise fortune bon coeur veut dire
    12. Prendre ses jambes à son cou signifie
    13. Manger du bout des dents a le sens de
    14. Ouvrir son coeur signifie aussi








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